health in the state of good condition. He perceives health as wealth and he values his health a lot. He manages his health by practicing proper hygiene and eating nutritious food. During hospitalization: He sees himself as a total ill person because he cannot do anymore the things he usually does like playing with his siblings. He rely his present condition with the help of the therapeutic personnel and by following the prescribed medications. The patient perceived that he is not healthy because of his condition. NUTRITIONAL-METABOLIC PATTERN Before hospitalization: The patient eats 3 times a day and with afternoon snacks after coming from school. According to the SO of the patient, he eats meat, fish and also vegetables. He doesn¶t have any allergies on foods and drugs. His appetite is moderate and usually depends on the food being served. He didn¶t complain any difficulty in swallowing. During hospitalization: The patient has loss his appetite and hasn¶t eaten a lot. He is on a DAT (Diet as Tolerated) EDCF (Except Dark Colored Foods). ELIMINATION PATTERN Before hospitalization: The patient does not have any problem on his elimination pattern. He usually urinates 4-5 times a day without any difficulty. He added that the color of his urine is light yellow. He didn¶t feel any pain in urination. The patient defecates once a day usually early in the morning before going to school with yellow to brown color. He verbalized that sometimes however, it is hard in consistency with dark color, which generally depends on what he eats. During hospitalization: The patient urinates 2-3 times a day. The color of her urine is yellow. The patient defecates once every two days. ACTIVITY-EXERCISE PATTERN Before hospitalization: He could perform activities of his daily living. According to him, he often plays with his siblings and this serves as a form of exercise for him. During hospitalization:

I was also able to ask his mother about his being a son and she confessed that he is a good son but at times he doesn¶t obey her. He learned to appreciate the beauty of having a family that gives you strength and support no matter what. He is also a responsible student and knows all his duties as a friend. He also has inadequate time to rest since he doesn¶t have enough time to sleep. He has been a good friend. He also describes himself as a typical type of student and person. He said he has to be a good person in order not to hurt others. He said that it was a nice feeling to know that your family is so supportive to him. and because of the environmental changes of his surroundings.His activity was limited lying on bed but the patient is given his bathroom privileges. During hospitalization: He was normal as before in his cognitive and perceptual pattern. They were five siblings in their family. ROLE-RELATIONSHIP PATTERN Before hospitalization: He has a close relationship with his family. SELF-PERCEPTION ± SELF-CONCEPT PATTERN He sees himself as a person with a good personality. During hospitalization: He doesn¶t have the adequate time of sleep since he is disturbed with the nurses that enter the room every now and then. He can easily comprehend on things. During hospitalization: He had more time to bond with his family. He also has his nap time for 1-2 hours a day. . brother and a son. He has no sensory deficit. He responds appropriately to verbal and physical stimuli and obeys simple commands. In terms of his perceptual pattern. Sleeping and watching the television are his form of rest. He was at the middle. He has good memory and reasoning skills. COGNITIVE-PERCEPTUAL PATTERN Before hospitalization: He is normal in terms of his cognitive abilities. He responds clearly and well understood. SLEEP-REST PATTERN Before hospitalization: He has the normal 6-8 hours sleep. he has no problems with his senses.

He always goes with his family every Sunday to go to mass. He was taught by his family to believe and have fear to GOD. COPING-STRESS TOLERANCE PATTERN Before hospitalization: He does not fully identify his situations having stress but he always tell her parents when something is wrong. He is still young for such matters. \ . They usually believe in quack doctors. he doesn¶t think of the things like having a girlfriend and getting married yet. During hospitalization: VALUE-BELIEF PATTERN He is a Roman Catholic devotee. He shares his problems to his family. He verbalizes his feelings.SEXUALITY-REPRODUCTIVE PATTERN According to him.

and related each respectively to Identity v Role Confusion. This logically is characterised by feelings of loneliness. though this age has been pushed back for many couples who today don't start their families until their late thirties. and Intimacy v Isolation. alienation. we generally also begin to start a family. If we're not successful. support. early parenthood 6.) Intimacy means the process of achieving relationships with family and marital or mating partner(s). the future. If negotiating this stage is successful. Formal operational (11 years and up) Can think logically about abstract propositions and test hypotheses systemtically Becomes concerned with the hypothetical. isolation and distance from others may occur. Intimacy v Isolation Young Adult 18-40. Our significant relationships are with marital partners and friends. although as from Identity and the Life Cycle (1969) Erikson clearly separated Puberty and Genitality (Freud's Genital stage) . Erikson explained this stage also in terms of sexual mutuality . Isolation Basic Strengths: Affiliation and Love In the initial stage of being an adult we seek one or more companions and love. 6. love. And when we don't find it easy to create satisfying relationships. we can experience intimacy on a deep level. courting. comfort. Intimacy v Isolation 'To lose and find oneself in another' (Reciprocal love for and with another person. There is a strong reciprocal feature in the intimacy experienced during this stage . .especially between sexual or marital partners. we can feel superior to others. Isolation conversely means being and feeling excluded from the usual life experiences of dating and mating and mutually loving relationships. our world can begin to shrink as. and ideological problems Arguably no direct equivalent Freudian stage. social withdrawal or non-participation. primarily through marriage and friends.giving and receiving .Young adulthood: 18 to 35 Ego Development Outcome: Intimacy and Solidarity vs. in defense. As we try to find mutually satisfying relationships. trust.the giving and receiving of physical and emotional connection. and all the other elements that we would typically associate with healthy adult relationships conducive to mating and child-rearing.

socially and inter-personally comfortable.emotionally and physically.Erikson also later correlated this stage with the Freudian Genitality sexual stage. work connections / intimate relationships. friends.for work and personal life. There is a correlation but it is not an exact fit. ability to form honest reciprocating relationships and friendships.towards good) young adult / lovers. capacity to bond and commit with others for mutual satisfaction . Intimacy v Isolation Love & Affiliation (capacity to give and receive love . connectivity with others. reciprocity . which illustrates the difficulty in equating Freudian psychosexual theory precisely to Erikson's model. work and social life .give and take . 6.

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